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u/schmidtb26 · 1 pointr/infiniti

Well I will post them but if you look it up on amazon you can put your make and model in to see if they’re compatible on the page you make the purchase on. Again I know it’s for the vq35 and vq37 engine. If your vehicle is compatible you will need to purchase 2 as they only ship in singles.

I’m assuming m35 signifies the vq35 motor for your vehicle? Should be good to go with that. They went in like a dream and I’m really enjoying the increased throttle response.

K&N 33-2399

Let me know if it works for you and if you end up getting them I want an update on if you notice performance increase! Lol good luck

EDIT: oops, here’s the direct link
K&N filter

u/spicypancakes · 2 pointsr/infiniti

This is a great write up - love seeing this type of content.

To others thinking about doing this work yourself - it is extremely easy and can be done in the comfort of your driveway with some jack stands. The lift makes your life easier, but it's very doable without. Pay particularly close attention to loosing the the fill bolt before you loosen the drain bolt to save yourself the potential of calling a flatbed to bail you out of that jam.

Here's the fluid pump I bought that works great:

u/Moussa93 · 4 pointsr/infiniti


Welcome to the VQ Family

First things first, the best thing I could recommend to you (and all the new peeps around here) is to check out. It's a gold mine when it comes to information and tutorials. You could probably find your dream wheels there.

LOOL I just checked your video out and it turns out that it's my car ^^
It's a custom Straight Piped exhaust and it's pretty easy to build yourself.
You need to hit an exhaust shop who can build it for you.

You will need a Magnaflow X Pipe and Exhaust Tips.
The rest is straight pipes. The Magnaflow Muffler is going to muffle the sound down and give you a deeper note while reducing rasp and drone. Here's a picture from under my car: It's going to cost you around $7-800 but I got hooked up by my shop since I recommended tons of people to him and I have been a long time customer since I had my 350z. I have seen people getting quoted as much as $2000.

For your wheels, check GetYourWheels. Personally, I like 5 Spoke Wheels like Avant Garde M550, Vossen CV3 or Stance SC5. If you want to go through a lot of G35s to see different wheel combinations, take a look at our car club, the National G Club ;)

Let me know if you have any question ;)

u/SlimVR · 3 pointsr/infiniti

Its relatively easy. Splice into rear speaker wires for preamp (rca) signal, and run power & remote,

unless it's one of the newer signal sensing auto ON amps.

Or disconnect the oem Bose sub harness, leave it disconnected and tap into that harness for power, remote, and signal (+ & -).

As for the shop and the previous backup camera issue, find another shop asap. Those idiots either grounded the monster amp to the tiny ground screw that the backup cam uses, or they spliced into the camera's power wire as a remote turn on for the amp since it powers on with the ignition.

Try over at Best Buy, their auto installation bay area where they do alarms, radios, gps, etc.

Definitely check They have an online "what speakers fit my car" section, and their customer service is great, as well as their knowledge of in-car entertainment. You can even call them with questions.

u/Bro_do_u_even_yolo · 1 pointr/infiniti

Thanks! I'm trying to restore/improve it every chance I get, headlights are a good idea. I've already replaced interior lights with high quality LEDs, and installed projector courtesy lights, it really is such a nice feature for so cheap and easy to do! Next project is installing a dash/backup cam mirror kit, can't wait!

u/AgentScreech · 7 pointsr/infiniti

Here's the best way to handle this. I'm making assumptions that you have a smartphone and the RCA jacks in your car's armrest.

Get the following.

  • a wired to bluetooth transmitter
  • a usb car charge port
  • 3.5mm to rca jack cable (as short as possible)
  • a cd player mount for your phone

    Take the 3.5->RCA cord and plug the RCA ends into the aux jack inside the armrest. Put the USB charger in the 12v socket that's also in the armrest. Take the bluetooth transmitter plug in the power (with the supplied micro USB to normal USB cord) and plug in the 3.5 end of the RCA cord to the jack on the transmitter.

    Once the car is on and the transmitter is powered up, pair your phone to the transmitter per the instructions that came with it. After its paired, put all the wires and the transmitter in the armrest and forget about it. You'll never have to deal with it again unless something goes wrong.

    Now take the CD player car mount, and turn it so it's horizontal. Put your phone in it and adjust the sides to make sure it doesn't slide out. Switch your car audio system to AUX and leave it there. The only downside is you can't control the audio from the steering wheel. The only thing you can do is adjust the volume.

    Now you have an always updated nav system that has guidance and the ability to listen to all your music via the car stereo. I wouldn't try any other BT transmitter. It's the key to the whole deal and I know that one works. The rest of the stuff is universal and pretty generic. You may have some/most of them already. You can really shop around for the USB charger, RCA cable and CD player mount and get the cost down more. The whole setup should be around $75 or less.

    This is by far the most effective, economical way to get what you want. There isn't really a way to update or modernize the stock equipment outside of buying a new car. I'm pretty sure that's by design.
u/fatasianboi · 1 pointr/infiniti

These are 194's theyll work in the trunk and the running light in the headlight housing and for license plate lights

These are 912/921's that i put i the reverse housing

oh i didnt even notice that you said Q50, these are for my g35 and g37's im sure infiniti hasnt changed the bulb size but id double check to be sure.
This site is what i usually go by and it says there arent bulbs to change.

my best advice is to yank out the OEM bulb and look for a part size, if they do indeed match one of these auxito lights, it will defintiely make a HUGE difference.

u/rebo2 · 1 pointr/infiniti

Not so bad. Depending on how perfect you want it, you might just paint it without sanding. Problem is you CAN'T test the colors they have in stores without buying. You can get an idea from the cap color, but they do have that dark Al / gunmetal color.

If you sand, I like these:

Use blue painters tape to tape off any area you don't want to sand and also to keep the tire clean. I apply the paint with a fine brush, not spray.

u/voide · 1 pointr/infiniti

I have this one from Amazon and it works great. I'm no audiophile by any means, but I am quality conscious and I've never noticed any issues.

Edit: Just found this one which looks similar, is cheaper, and also has great reviews.

u/Daamus · 2 pointsr/infiniti

This is the exact one i bought, and it turned out really nice, as long as you take your time and do each step thoroughly you will be in good shape.

u/NeoXNocturne · 1 pointr/infiniti

I’ve been using this thing and I absolutely love it so far! It’s really convenient for it to automatically grab on and charge the phone at the same time.

u/arrkane · 1 pointr/infiniti

I had a ProClip in my old Y34 M45.

You can get CD drive holders as well. Much easier, if you have the clearance.

An example is this. Check out the reviews for it.

u/long_round · 4 pointsr/infiniti

I've had Slim Chrome Steel for years. They are made in the USA using stainless steel and have held up to many salty New England winters. I did upgrade the bolts with 316 stainless steel from McMaster Carr.

They compliment the G series chrome trim without being obnoxious.

u/hallstevenson · 1 pointr/infiniti

Buy them yourself on Amazon (ouch, just checked and they've jumped up in price !) and have DT or Walmart install them and program them. Walmart will do it very inexpensively.

Here's a single sensor for $31. They sell a 2-pack that was cheaper by buying two at a time but that price advantage is gone now.

u/zaurik · 2 pointsr/infiniti

You could maybe try an adapter, I have an iPod nano that wouldn't charge so I bought an adapter, I'm not sure how that would work with the lightning to 30 pin though. Here's a link to the one I bought, maybe it'll set you on the right track.

Hope this helps

u/leeroy2200 · 1 pointr/infiniti

That is the dash kit for the 03-04.
You need the dash kit for the 05-07.

You then need the stereo adapter harness.

This is the stereo harness for the Bose equipped model.

Here is the 2005 dash kit

If you want steering wheel controls then you need an adapter for that as well.

u/aeroplane1979 · 1 pointr/infiniti

I had 4 of these from Amazon put on my '06 when I had the tires changed last fall. Discount tire even programmed them for me.

u/ih8theright · 1 pointr/infiniti

NAXA Electronics NAB-4003 Wireless Audio Adapter with Bluetooth for USB Connectors (Black)
Try this thing I don't have nav and this gives me Bluetooth streaming there is lag and some skips but it something.

u/howboutmaybe · 2 pointsr/infiniti

Buy one of those. If the '11 model is like my '07. The is a lighter plug inside the arm rest so it won't even show.

You phone probably can handle two bluetooth devices. The transmitter for music and the car for calls.

Edit: bad link

u/letmeholdadolla · 4 pointsr/infiniti

Before you go paying the dealer to check into it further there are multiple things you can check yourself before you go jumping straight to a head gasket issue. First of all, it is highly unlikely you are dealing with a head gasket failure unless you've had issues in the past with overheating or are experiencing any problems, other than smell, while driving. At 50000km your head gasket is still very much brand new. Also there is not one simple way to diagnose a head gasket problem as there are multiple different ways one can fail. Head gaskets can commonly fail in 6 different ways causing completely different symptoms. As for you and your possible coolant issue, blown head gaskets are not always followed by coolant issues and coolant issues are not always caused by head gasket failures.

Coolant, power steering, and ATF all have similar smells when they burn. With very small amounts of any fluid it's unlikely you'll see any smoke whether it's from the engine bay or exhaust, but you can still smell it of course. Smoke becomes noticeable when larger amounts are being burnt off.

The best thing to so is jack the car up and get underneath and see of you can find any evidence of leaks that could be burning off the block or exhaust itself. Check around all hoses, coolers, water pump, thermostat housing, transmission lines, etc. Also try to see if you can smell anything from the actual exhaust when you're car is idling.

Also simply pull your dipstick and check the color of your oil. Certain head gasket failures can cause coolant to get into the oil making your oil turn milky, however, this can be caused by blown intake gaskets as well.

Without evidence of any leaks, next you'll want to rule out any blockage in any fluid lines including the radiator itself. Even being a 2009, it can be simply caused by broken down coolant burning off due to it losing it's temperature resistance. Service intervals call for a coolant flush every 5 years/100k miles. Yes, typically coolant has a longer life than that but there are exceptions. The low reservoir could be signs of your coolant being "worn out".
Nissan introduced "blue" coolant in 2009 and not all vehicles came with blue so your coolant is either blue or green. A quick color check can help determine how fresh it is but is a very rough test. If it's blue, it should still have a noticeable royal blue color to it. If it's green, it should be fairly bright almost neon looking. As coolant deteriorates it gets dark and murky, so any evidence of that and that could likely be where your issue lies. The best way to test your coolant is to check it's pH level. Any pH test strips will do and can be found at most drug stores. Good coolant has a pH level of 8-10 and you want to replace coolant before it drops below 7.0 as it starts to become corrosive to your cooling system. If this is the case, a simple coolant flush and thermostat replacement will solve your problems.

If no problems are still found you can do a hydrocarbon test to check for head gasket combustion leaks. Lisle makes a tester that can be had for $30 on Amazon and is very simple to use. It uses a special fluid that reacts and changes colors due to hydrocarbon vapors from your exhaust which can bleed into the coolant system due to certain head gasket failures.

Hopefully this will give you a place to start. If you find anything else or have any questions just let me know.